FORT WORTH, Texas - The 22-year-old woman found dead in her apartment near the TCU campus may have known her killer.
Fort Worth police said there were no signs of forced entry at the garage apartment where Molly Matheson was found strangled Monday afternoon.
Police were at the apartment to gather evidence for a third day on Wednesday and officers remained there to secure the scene.
They aren't saying much about the investigation.
"Detectives are actually working around the clock on this incident to try to find some closure for the family," said Officer Jimmy Pollozani with the Fort Worth Police Department.
Matheson graduated from Timber Creek High School in far north Fort Worth. Friends said she was taking classes at Tarrant County College.
They said she was also active in church and previously attended the University of Arkansas. She was a member of the Alpha Delta Pi chapter at Arkansas.
In a statement, the sorority said it was saddened by Molly's death and gives its condolences to the family and friends.
Matheson's family is planning a memorial for her next Tuesday at 2 p.m. A location has not been announced.